Humanities Education and Research in Teaching
This year’s conference will take place March 15th and 16th, 2019.
About the conference
In exploring both the delight and the rich sites of research in teaching, this conference advocates for a pedagogical-scholarly practice grounded in and motivated by our experiences in forging intentionally designed, ethical, and curiosity-driven classrooms.
the venue: Bishop’s University
Our campus is located on Abenaki territory, nestled between the rolling country hills of the Eastern Townships, the confluence of two rivers and the quaint bilingual borough of Lennoxville (population 5,800). No matter the season, our idyllic setting is serene, yet offers everything you would find in a larger city.
How can we understand classrooms as generative spaces brimming with fresh insights into the cultural, historical, and critical importance of the humanities? We believe that this is a crucial question in the fraught global climate of the 21st century, and higher education is one key space where we help foster and support future global citizens.
Wondering where to stay for this year’s conference? Here is some information on travel and local hotels.
Wondering what this year’s conference looks like? Here is the schedule for the weekend’s panels and events!